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The Best Gingerbread House How-tos on the Web


Are you thinking about building a gingerbread house this weekend but have no idea where to start? I found a few websites that have the cutest tutorials. Don’t make just any gingerbread house kit in a box. Instead, personalize it and really get into the gingerbread spirit with these easy-to-follow tutorials.

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  • Classic 1 of 6
    Classic
    These are exactly what you think of when you think gingerbread house. Not overdone, easy to make, cute to decorate and perfect for your gingerbread-house-making party.
    Classic Gingerbread Houses via Whipperberry
  • Step-by-Step 2 of 6
    Step-by-Step
    King Arthur has step-by-step photos, as well as a cute way to make glass for your windows.
    Gingerbread House Tutorial via King Arthur Flour
  • Owl Barn 3 of 6
    Owl Barn
    Looking for something a bit different? This owl barn gingerbread house is just what you need. Spruce it up for the season with white snow frosting and candies, and you're good to go.
    Owl Barn Gingerbread House via My Owl Barn
  • Teeny Tiny 4 of 6
    Teeny Tiny
    Okay, so maybe you don't see the appeal of a giant house covered in candy and sugary frosting. For you, a tiny house perched atop your coffee cup will do just fine.
    Tiny Gingerbread Houses via Not Martha
  • Easy Triangles 5 of 6
    Easy Triangles
    These gingerbread houses are easy peasy to put together, and they don't risk falling as much as the traditional style with the pitched roof.
    Easy Gingerbread Houses via Frog Prince Paperie
  • Printable Guides 6 of 6
    Printable Guides
    The mother of all gingerbread house tutorials comes from the one and only Martha Stewart. With printable templates and step-by-step photos, she's definitely got this house thing covered.
    Gingerbread House Tutorial via Martha Stewart

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